A scowl came over Belgrax's face, and he was already vexed by that strange woman and now this man sought to insult them too. It was a good thing, he thought, that the man slipped and fell; it wouldn't do to go and kill the local populace out of anger when he was needed for some strange job by the noble. At the mention of his name he looked over to Eldon and sighed, his face darkening even more. "I suppose a bet is a bet," he said pulling out all of his gold and handing it to him. He grinned suddenly, baring his sharp teeth to the world. "Well, I'm done messing about around here. Gentlemen, it has truly been an honour drinking with you. Who knew nobles could be so interesting."
He gave a mock bow and shoved the pack carrier away before walking off towards the remainder of the city towards Esperglow where he saw the strange woman from before talking to a guard. His eyes widened for a moment, was she trying to get him arrested? For insulting her? It couldn't be, no one would go to castle guards for something so little. But then... it him then and his black scales lightened a bit. He stomped forward, making his way beside the strange woman and pulled his document from a belt pouch.
"It seems fate intends on making my life miserable this day," he said to her while looking at the guard. "I suppose you're here too at the behest of the Esperglows?"